American Foreign Policy: Past, Present, Future
Glenn P. Hastedt
McGraw-Hill/Duskhin, 2000 - Political Science - 229 pages
A compilation of articles from newspapers, magazines and journals that cover issues relating to the US and the world. Topics include: strategic choices; regional and bilateral relations; and American foreign policy.
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